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Friday, April 30, 2010

SMOKING GUNS. Onlookers watch Carlisle’s Minutemen fi re a salute at a Revolutionary-era cellar hole, during the walk to Concord’s Old North Bridge on Patriot’s Day, April 19. (Photo by Dave Ives)

Into the woods with Ann James

A custom-made highboy, by James. (Courtesy photo)

When you first meet Ann James you would never imagine the serious machinery she’s packing in her basement. An attractive, petite, polite and unassuming special education teacher enjoying retirement, Ann can whip up a custom highboy, make and install all the woodwork (including the fireplace mantel, the trim and the floors) of her entire Colonial or handily ...more

Upcoming events:

Candidates Forum May 2

Annual Town Meeting

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Selectmen oppose “stretch code”

The Board of Selectmen unanimously support all Warrant Articles for May 10 Town Meeting with two notable exceptions. When they considered the items at their April 27 meeting, Selectman John Williams opposed the non-binding consideration of the Community Preservation Act – annual project requests (Article 21), and the board – with the sole exception of Chair ...more

CCHS renovation plan explained at forum Concord approves feasibility study, schematic design funding

Something under a dozen people attended a public forum on April 15 to clarify the upcoming Warrant Article to fund a feasibility study and schematic design for renovation of the Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS). At the table to present information and answer questions were CCHS School Building Master Plan Committee members Louis Salemy and Karla Johnson, ...more

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